The Master of Divinity in Interreligious Chaplaincy program will prepare you for a career in chaplaincy and provide you with interreligious and intercultural spiritual care competency. You’ll learn how to serve as an effective and compassionate minister, working with people from diverse faith backgrounds and walks of life.
This program may be a good fit for you if you plan to pursue a career in chaplaincy in any of a number of contexts, including:
You also may pursue a career providing pastoral and spiritual care within religious and spiritual communities.
||NUMBER OF COURSES
|Formation||2||Intro to Spiritual and Personal Formation
Organizational Leadership and Administration
|Religious Texts||4||Hebrew Bible 1: Orientation
Hebrew Bible 2: Contextualized Interpretation*
New Testament 1: Epistles, Acts, and Revelation
New Testament 2: Four Gospels*
|Theological Tradition||4||Religious and Theological Interpretation
History of Christian Theologies*
History of Modern Theologies
|Ethics/Justice||2||Comparative Religious Ethics
Theology for Social Transformation
|Cultural Contextualization||1||World Religions|
|Arts and Theology||1||Choose one:
|Social Transformation||1||Leadership and Strategies for Social Change|
| CORE SUBTOTAL
|Vocational Contextualization & Skills||8||Interreligious Pastoral and Spiritual Care
Preaching and Your Public Voice
Muslim Pastoral and Spiritual Care
Buddhist Pastoral and Spiritual Care
CPE Ministry Practicum
* Students can petition the Registrar to substitute a course about another religious tradition.
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